"The Peacock Song" as written by and Beth Nicole/karroll Hopkins....
My mind's an ashtray full of ashes
Lick the tears from my eyelashes
Oh, whatever will I see that's good
He plays a really mean guitar
She smokes a really big cigar

I'd love to love ya, if only I could
Her love is, oh so, shiny wet
Keeps a bald peacock for a pet
Can you ever understand how I feel?
Miss Jenifa, my private dancer
Miss Nina, to whom I answer
Kari says we're the only ones who are real

So, when I dream on Sunday mornin'
And my lover right beside me keeps on snorin'
I wonder if my dog's in heaven,
And I wonder when I'll see her again

Psycho-pharmacology
Has never found a friend in me,
But I'll eat sugar cubes all day and night
Those ducklings are never ugly
So, she sells herself by the sea
I'll bake her a cake, be it wrong or right
The caterpillar and the spider
Turn the screws a little tighter

Can you ever understand my feeling?
Gail G., my inspiration,
Miss Denise should run the nation
Isabel tortures me with sex appeal

So, when I dream on Sunday mornin'
And my lover right beside me keeps on snorin'
I wonder if my dog's in heaven,
And I wonder when I'll see her again

(Yer really takin' me fer a ride
Yer a wise guy, anyway
I never had a place to hide except my brain!)


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"The Peacock Song" as written by Peter Karroll Beth Nicole Hopkins

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    General Commenti love this song!
    i think its about all the girls shes been with, or close friends.
    sexy_divaon August 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentIt's about the fact that the best friend that she's ever had was her dog. She can't wait for the day when she gets to be with her true companion again.
    nemisis58on April 01, 2009   Link

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